Premier League football is coming thick and fast for fans and football clubs at the moment, with games seemingly being played on most days of the week.
Of course, there have been a number of different reasons why there have been fixtures being played regularly each week, including postponements and rescheduling because of fixture congestion.
This week is no different as fans will be able to see three different games get played in midweek, with each of them having a number of storylines worth following. This will certainly appeal to those who use Freebets UK as they will be able to find a number of bonus codes that can help to enhance the action should they wish to place a wager on any of the fixtures to be played.
The biggest game to be played in midweek has to be the clash that will see Arsenal host Liverpool on Wednesday night at the Emirates Stadium.
The two sides are going for two very different things, however they will both be gunning for a win as the three points will be crucial in their efforts of trying to achieve their end game. The Gunners want to continue their charge for a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League, whilst the Reds will want to keep the pace with Manchester City at the top of the table as they look to challenge for the Premier League title.
Wednesday will also see Tottenham Hotspur travel to the south coast and the AMEX Stadium where they will take on Brighton & Hove Albion. Both sides were beaten at the weekend, but both will be looking to return to winning ways immediately, especially as they both want to climb the table.
Thursday could be huge in the relegation battle as Everton will host Newcastle United at Goodison Park, with the Toffees perhaps requiring the three points a little more than the Mapgies.
Eddie Howe’s side has managed to put some breathing space between them and the drop after an incredible run of form recently, but the same can not be said about Frank Lampard’s side.
In fact, there has been a stark contrast between the two sides, with Everton flirting with relegation to the Championship as things stand. They sit just above the drop by virtue of goal difference to Watford, although it should be noted that they have a number of games in hand compared to many of their rivals.